Let's go back 100 years
Cars, trucks and motorcycles were introduced and made available in the country by trading companies as early as 1901. Although the US dollar was equivalent to two Philippine silver pesos during that period, the price of a motorized vehicle was considered a
According to its vice chairman
Yesterday, it happened. The thing that automotive executives and salesmen across the country had been worried about all year long. The increase in car excise taxes, as part of the government's massive tax reform package, was signed into law by President
As part of the TRAIN package
It's been a nerve-wracking year for the Philippine automotive industry. Two words have been shadowing its activities and reports all-year long: excise taxes. The government's massive tax reform package was always going to have a big impact on
The next generation of Japanese cabs
Meet Japan's new taxi. If Toyota has its way, anyway. It'll be launched in time for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, and the idea is it gives Japan a new taxi icon, one to rival London's black cab and
The company promises swift action
No company, big or small, likes to be involved in a scandal-especially when it's their own people who are at fault. To steel manufacturer Kobe Steel's credit, it broke the news of its latest hiccup with typical Japanese humility
Meet Bertrand Lessard
There's a big change happening over at Ford Philippines. The American carmaker has just announced the appointment of a new managing director for our country effective August 1. Meet Bertrand Lessard.Mr. Lessard comes to our shores following a stint as
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